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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 4 October 1951

u fflSSp W V LUCAS NEWS I Mrs. Frits Moss Several people from this com- munity attended the Baptist As- sociation in McKinney last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Henslee have moved to McKinney. We re- gret to lose them. Mrs. Edwin Gunter, Mrs. C. E. Hobbs and Mrs. John Shipp were in McKinney Monday in the inter- est of the HD Club exhibit. David York of Wylie visited the Nelson Harvey family Saturday. Sunday visitors in the home of Fritz Moss were C. O. Moore, Jr. and Marshall Smith, students at Texas A&M college. The Baptist Young People of the Lucas church presented a Youth Rally program at the Princeton Cattle - Hogs • Sheep Bought and Sold W. H. HOOPER church, Monday night. I Attending the fifth Sunday meeting of the Christian Churches of this district in Richardson, Sun- day night were Mr. and Mrs. Le- Roy Petway, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Heifner, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cook, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brooks and family, Misses Nancy and Emma Spears and Mrs. Dean Pharr. Mr....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 4 October 1951

HPjPF'.pp -w-r - *, . October 4. 1951 THE WYLIE NEWS Page 5 Ntw Arrivals STUNTEB AND GIRL DIE LOCAL 0 Ronald Scott is proudly an- nouncing the arrival of his sister, Sandra Kay, born September 27. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Warren Scott and the grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scott of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rhoades of Lavon. FARM ANIMALS Daad Or Useless Horses Mules and Cattle Removed FREE—Call 16 Collect HOWARD (Speck ) WILLIAMSON Greenville. Texas Pork Eaters Warned Against Meat That Is Not Well Cooked Austin, Texas — As weather turns cooler our thoughts turn to pork roast dinners, or perhaps to waffles and sausage suppers. Pork is a palatable food, rich in pro- tein, fat and vitamins. Properly prepared, it is a wise choice of food. Properly cooked pork is gray throughout. Under-cooked pork is pink in color and should not be eaten because it is a com- mon source of the disease trichin- osis, says Dr. Geo. W. Cox, State Health Officer. "You are perfectly safe from this...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 4 October 1951

THE WYL1E NEWS Thursday. October 4. 1951 — rial Security Must Be Paid By Persons Self Employed Many self-employed persons do not know that the 1950 Amend- ments to the Social Security Act extend coverage to them, accord- ing to Z. E. Avery, manager of the Dallas social security office. This change became effective on January 1, 1951. Self-emmpoyed persons now have the same rights to benefits on behalf of them- selves and their families as em- ployees. Sef-employment includes indi- vidual store owners, partners, pulpwood operators, owners of shoe shine stands and numerous other business activities. There are 14 specific exceptions for profes- sional people, among them doc- tors and lawyers. Self-employment coverage is not voluntary. The Individual is either covered or not covered. The self- employed person's income is not reported u.itll the end of the year and will be reported with his in- nual income tax return. The first report is due ty?fore March 15, 1952. The tax rate is 2 %% o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 11 October 1951

-H ' MM Collin County's Fastest Growing City YLIE NEWS y Working With The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow e Home Of Lovon Dam Vol. 4 WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1951 No. 29 FAIR: '51 VERSION • HIGHLIGHTS* and • SIDELIGHTS* "It's A Son-of-a-Gun in '51" pretty well explains the 1951edl- tion o! the State Fair of Texas, njaw underway in "Big D." Adver- tised as the biggest State Fair in the world, it is a whale of a show and certainly no person should miss a visit to view the spectacle. • • There's just about anything a person would want to see included 9 in this year's show. In addition to a i.umber of first class football games, including Texas and Okla- home this Saturday, and Rice and SMU come October 20, there is the well-known "Guys and Dolls" in the Auditorium, featuring an all- star cast. Tale our word for it, this is a show that you will en- joy seeing right from the begin- ning. • * • One of the greatest livestock shows in the history ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 11 October 1951

EMHHw®e«i5SSHBBHSF : V?v:- v Pag* 2 ■:i ■.••• -frWizw r~* rt!M!>,r THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The News will be gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the editor. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect, and legal notices are charged for at a regular advertising rate of two cents per word. Entered as second class mat- ter eft the Postoffice of Wylie, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8. 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County $1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 Family Gathering Honors Birthday of Miss Floy Wharton Members of the Wharton family met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wharton in Murphy Sunday to honor the birthday of Miss Floy Wharton. The scene of the meet- ing was the old family home of the Wharton brothers and sisters whose parents were the late Mr.- and Mr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 11 October 1951

Bmmmmm mmm f&ggfo Thursday. October 11. 1951 THE WYLIE NEWS Pag# 3 Thomas Jefferson started the Democratice party in 1793 when he resigned from Washington's cab- • inet and formed his own political party. . . . Cries the Housewife on WASHDAYS — But we come to your RESCUE by providing Wet. Dry or HELP-YOURSELF Laun- dry Service. OPEN WEDNESDAYS UNTIL 10 P. M. Birkef's Laundry PARKER NEWS Mrs. Houston Hogge Texas Power & Light Co. Sponsors Plant For Carbonizing Lignite ' mk iLmim m i iMBHi I Rev. Jerry Hill of Prosper will preach at tlx* Parker Presbyterian Church, October 11. Everyone has an invitation to come hear him. Aiii;. Let tie Wilson o[ Buckeye, Arizona, is visiting her children, Mr. and Mrs. John Grr.y and Mr. and Mrs. Olney Dillehay. Attending the Piano football game Friday night were Mr. an I Mrs. Willis Dean, Mildred, Palsy, ( Mrs. Tom Craft, Doris Craft and Martha Hogge. Mr. and Mrs. Houston Hogge, Mar'ha Hogge, Doris Craft, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Skelton and Carmen a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 11 October 1951

THE WYL1E NEWS JPPHIJPIIIPIBIW- 8**a: - '(«sm 6C Thursday. October 11. 1961 DOG SAVES MISTRESS Munich, Germany — A black- haired terrier became a hero when he dragged his struggling mistress a would-be suicide, off the rail- road track just a fraction of a sec- ond before a freight train passed. The woman was taken to a hos- pital. WHERE YOUR BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED Maynard-Martin Service Station NOT KIDDING Selbyville, Del. — Farmer Ward Collins read a used-truck adver- tisement offering a $20 discount for each of the purchaser's chil- dren. Not much impressed, Mr. Collins investigated and found the offer genuine. When he went to Wilmington to buy the $325 pick- up truck, he took birth certificates for twelve of his fourteen children and the truck cost him only $85 — $325 less $20 for each of the children. Two of Collins' twelve live away from home and he did- not ask for a discount for them. NOTICE All Water Bills Are Due 10th Day Each Month Service will be discontin- ued if bills...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 11 October 1951

Thursday. October 11. 1951 THE WTLIE HEWS Linda Williams Has Birthday Party At tsrandparent's Home Linda Jean Williams celebrated her sixth birthday Sunday at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bellmyer. she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Will- iams of Garland. Other guests al the Bellmyer home were Mrs. Fritz Moss and Carolyn, Mrs. Sable Williams of Dallas; Mrs. Glen Williams and David Dale of Garland. Linda Jean and her guests were escorted to Kiddie Land in Dallas where they were entertained. COMMUNITY CANTEEN More than 100 students and chaperons Joined together to start the Community Canteen on last Saturday night in the Birmingham Gymnasium. Many games ami recreational activities were available for a wide age range and it was reported that the first program was a huge success with all in attendance wanting more night of this pro- gram. It was announced that more games will be added before the next party. Everyone is invited to join in an evening of fun. o W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 11 October 1951

THE WYLXE NEWS Thursday, October 11, 1991 "REDEEMS" CHILD Los Angeles — Shirley Ann O'Brien, the 11-year-old girl who was "sold" to a filling-station operator for $5 and a tank-full of gas, is back with hep parents, three brothers and a baby sister. The father, a former circus canvas- man, has a job, thanks to a sym- pathetic, wealthy water-heater manufacturer, and the O'Briens have a rented house, big enough for the whole family. Mrs. J. Sharp Views Paderewski's Piano Steinway Exhibit in Dallas, Satur- day and saw the famous concert Mrs. John Sharp visted the grand piano with which Paderew- ski toured America in 1891-92. Paderewski, famous Polish pian- ist, had the center pedal removed from the instrument—he consider- ed it a nuisance. CROUCH-MOORE FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE McKinney. Texas Phone 123 Crouch-Moore Burial Association A Son-of-A-Dun in '51 State Fair of Texas j The Greatest State Fair In the World 16 DA YS of FUNpacked EHTERTAINMEHT! ★ 10,000 FREE EXHIBITS LIVESTO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 18 October 1951

$ %■ •?? a Collin County's Fastest Growing City •<tY*u ': ■■ f v' THE WYLIE NEWS Working With The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow Home Of Loron Dam WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1951 No. 30 THIS AND TH AT . . • HIGHLIGHTS# and • SI DELIGHTS# No man has a moral right to withhold his support from an or ganization that is striving to im prove conditions within his trade sphere. — Theodore Roosevelt. # # # Those words, coined many years ago by a noble statesman, still hold true today and are just as meaningful here in Wylie as any place in the country. So many people — good people, good citi- zens — want to live in a town that is on the move. They want to boast about the many advantages their town offers, but the catch is that they don't want to help make advantages possible. They pre content to sit idly by and "Let George do it." # # # A lot could be said about this situation, because, as in many other towns, it exists here all too often, but w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 18 October 1951

II SMMHMMHBiiMMHHBMMBHO r PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BURTON FIELDER. Ownu and Publisher •'• ..■■•■' '"-J" , % . ., ■ Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The News will be gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the editor. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect, and legal notices are charged for at a regular advertising rate of two cents per word. * " SMALL BUSINESS Entered as second class mat- ter at the Postoffice of Wylie. Texas, under Act ol Congress of March 8, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County $1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 iM Pirates Win - Continued from Page 1 Pirates travelled 80 yards on a touchdown drive which was high- lighted by a touchdown pass, Anderson to Martin for the last 30 yards. The extra point was good and the score was 25-0. The final score came in the fourth quarter. Anderson intercep- ted a Roxton pass and carried to their 29-y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 18 October 1951

Thursday. October 18, 1951 THE WYLIE NEWS Health Officer States Water Conservation Necessary In Texas to Austin, Texas — A water con- servation program must be start- ed immediately by towns, water districts, ranchers, and farmers de- clared Dr. Geo. W. Cox, State Health Officer. The present situa- tion is extremely grave and Im- Roland Boyd Attorney-At-Law 201 Central Bank Bldg. McKinney, Texas mediate action is necessary to re- lieve drouth areas and prevent such conditions occurin& in the fu- ture. Dr. Cox said, "Our diminishing water supply, and in many places in Texas the total lack of suffic- ient water, brings about an em- ergency that imperils the life and health of the citizenship and brings about a substantial econo- mic loss. "Without water - Industry can- not operate - homes cannot exist- crops cannot grow - forests would dissapear - game and fish would die - the earth would become a desert - and the human race would perish! "Municipalities must make — See WATER. Pag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 18 October 1951

Cord of Thanks I want to take this means to ex- press my gratitude for the cards, flowers and other kindnesses shown me during my stay in the hospital. Mrs. Wm. T. Taylor FARM ANIMALS Dead Or Uselasi Horses Mules and Cattle Removed FREE—Call 16 Collect HOWARD (Speck ) WILLIAMSON Greenville, Texas WATER, Cont'd from Page 3 plans for additional water sup- plies. These may come from the construction of dams to impound water during the time of rains and with additional wells. However, the construction ot clams is the more practical as the water level in Texas is getting lower each year. "An immediate water conserva- tion program throughout the state that will provide for the impound- ing of flood and rain water will contribute more to protecting the health of our people and add more to our economy than any other known project that could be undertaken. To wait three to five years to develop such a pro- gram could prove to be our great- est domestic tragedy." CROUCH-MOORE FUNERAL HOME AMB...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 18 October 1951

A NEWS M*rla Rose > ; i ■: I ' J - , Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jones, Linda Jones, Bill Stover and Roy Ross were in becatur, Sunday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jones. Miss Johnne Cowgille was here from the University of Texas to spend the week end with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cowgille. Max Smith, also a Texas U. stu- dent, and Ruth Smith of Dallas were week end visitors in the home o f M r. and M rs. Art hur Smith. Mrs. Reba Richie and Mrs. Jim- my Richie were in Greenville Saturday. Roy Campbell was among the State Fair visitors, Saturday. Mrs. Villa Inman was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Webb. } Mrs. Macon James, Miss Peggy James and Merle Ross were in Greenville Saturday. o WANT ADS PAY WW*™ The Johnston Co. News: Others Are Interested In Us When We Are Interested In Them Department "B" welcomes Mrs. Kathleen Williams this week. Mrs. Opal Webb was a State Fair visitor Sunday. Mrs. Dora Hicks spent Saturday in Dallas visiting her mother who is ill. Mrs. Frances ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 18 October 1951

r Tttilmiiif torr ' ••. &«!*!&<> ix ....... ___.— M th, Bobby and Ifa* >mmy were week end guests of §;■ Mrs. J. C. Conner spent Tuesday here with her sister, Mrs. Lorena Young. A jflN-of-"-6'"'m 51 10,000 FREE Exhibits PAN-AMERICAN NATIONAL HEREFORD SHOW with PARADE of CHAMPIONS * GUYS & DOLLS * ICE CYCLES * THRILLCADE * FIREWORKS * FOOTBALL * MIDWAY BRING All the FAMILYI Baulah Hall Mr. ttnd Mrs. Dick Inman in Grand Prairie. Saturday visitors in the Edd Da- vis home were Mrs. Edna Toone and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy William W^stphal and baby of Dallas. A. C. Moore has returned from Judsonia, Arkansas, whrre he was the guest of his sister, Mrs. O. D. Conley, last week. Mrs. George Rosson and son,, Michael of Garland were Monday visitors in the home of their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Davis. M-Sgt. Edwin Moore has return- ed to Layton, Utah after a visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moore. Sgt. Moore was sent to Shawnee, Oklahoma on business an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 October 1951

' County's Fastest Growing City THE WYLIE NEWS Working With The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow Home Of Lovon Dam VoL 4 WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1951 No. 31 ABOUT TOWN... > • HIGHLIGHTS# and •S,l DELIGHTS# I ' I Another new business in town . . . the Drain Jewelry Shop. Wel- come to Wylie. We're happy to have these new residents in our midst and wish them all the suc- cess possible in their new venture « # * That refreshing rain Monday night caused everyone to have broad smiles on their faces Tues ♦ day morning. You might not rea Use it, but Monday night's rain- fall was more moisture than tbis section had received since early in June. A near-record drouth was beginning to get serious for far mers and merchants as well. # • « Ever notice the crowds on the streets in downtown Wylie? Often times, it is impossible to get a parking place in the business dis- trict, even on the side streets off the main drag. There must be a reason. Cpuld be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 October 1951

fl .V,. THE WYLlE NEWS rouisHiD man trdismt BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The News will be gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the editor. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect, and legal notices are charged for at a regular advertising rate of two cents per word. mi' i;- A GOOD Garden Club Newt CLUB REPORTER POOR SUBSTITUTE Entered as second class mat- tar at the Postoflice of Wylie. Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1897. -« SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County $1.50 One Year Outside County S1.75 m Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McGuire and sons of Dallas were here Sunday to spend the day with relatives. Mrs. Belle Storey left Monday for Houston, Texas where she will attend the Texas Baptist Conven- ton. . Mrs. Cecil McGraw, Mrs. J. A. Bixler and Mrs. Bill Wharton made a weekend trip to Benjamin, Foard City and Seymour, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 October 1951

.1. ' October 25. 1951 i iifS^ps • THE WYLIE NEWS ,5 ■*; •' vvw ■ 38 Pag* a in er " d o n th * i Officio I Says unity Needs Health Department \ Austin, Texas — "What the av- erage community needs is a well organized health department which emphasizes five typs of ac- tivities to protect the c h il d's health," says Dr. Geo. W. Cox, WHERE YOUR BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED * May na rd-Ma rti n Service Station State Health Officer. "These acti- vities are (1) The safeguarding of child health and moherhood; (2) the control of contagion; (3) ac- curate recording of births and deaths; (4) support of public health laboratories; and (5) sani- tary control of diseases spread from human waste and by vermin and insects. "The full time local health unit gives due emphasis to each of the above mentioned activities. To illustrate how these five essential functions'are interrelated, the in- terests of the various divisions in the new born baby, preschool and schoo child may be cited as an example. Chil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 October 1951

XLS ft£ Ituloh Hall Hal Mullins was in town Mon- day to greet friends and to visit his business, Mullins Lumber Co. of Wylie. Hal, an officer Injthe Army, it stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. Mrs. Raymond Smith and daugh- ter, Nancy, were here from Dallas I !" Sunday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Lillian Corzine. < Among the football fans who saw the SMU-Rice game in the Cotton Bowl Saturday night were Mr. and "Mrs. Clyde Parker, Mr. and Mrs. WUson HoiijWWfight, Mr. and Mrs, C- Truett Smith, Roddy Groves, John D. Houston and O. W. Hampton. Mrs. Lorena Young spent the week end in Garland where she was the guest of her daughters, Mrs. Alton Hall and Mrs. O. K. Irvine. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Birket and children and Beulah Hall /attended the State Fair in Dallas, Tuesday night. Mike Kincaid hps returned to Dallas after spending the week end here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Powell. WHEN POWER AND PULL LINGER We Give It New Life And Ginger! OLIVER AUTHORIZED No get up and go? ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 October 1951

■ 25. 1951 ■ •''' 'f' : it' ■ i? mp: TBI WTUE NEWS Pog« 5 X ANXIOUS FISH > Virginia Beach, Va. — After flihlng for four hours without a nibble, three fishermen — Henry McNarmara, Red Pleasants and Pete Maresca — uppud anchor and started home. When their rowboat waB within ten feet of the pier, sometJUng hit McNarmara in the back and a two-pound mullet dropped Into the boat. Week end guests In the hom9 of J. H. Eubanks were his daughers, Mrs. Buren Martin of Dallas, Mrs. Estelle McCollum of McKinney and Mrs. Bob Martin of Texarkana", and their families. The Buren Martins and J. H. Eubanks are visiting the Bob Martins in Texarkana this week* Mrs. J. W. Akin left Thursday for Shreveport, La., to spend sev- eral days. * .*■ * ':-? f , WARNER'S BRAS are just the ticket for a round trip to loveliness! Your new silhouette should be curved, rounded, natural. Every one of our new Warner's* hras is specially designed with new contour construction to round out your loveli- ness... keep you ...

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